Grill Care

Holland Grills will help you cook fantastic meals for many years. Following our cooking and grill care tips will help you get the most out of your Holland Grill. Click on one of the following categories to review the related tips.

If you notice your flame is blowing out on your Holland Grill, there are a few simple checks you can make to find out why.


Flame blows out

If you notice that the flame is blowing out on your Holland Grill, it could be because your grill is equipped with smoke stack "filters" that have becomed clogged with grease and are "choking" out the flame.

Additional Information
Some earlier stainless steel Holland Grills (Premier, Premier II and some early Legacy models) were equipped with a mesh filter in each smoke stack. The purpose was to filter out some of the grease being released into the air as the grill let out smoke. After a period of time, however, the filters can become clogged and will not allow enough air into the grill for the flame to burn. If your are experiencing a flame blowing out all the time and your grill is equipped with these mesh filters, remove and discard them. You do not need them for your grill to operate properly and this almost always takes care of the problem. The picture above shows a clogged filter. You can hold it up to the light and if you can't see much light getting through, it's time to toss it. If your grill is not equipped with these mesh filters, your air/gas mixture may be set incorrectly. CLICK HERE to see how to adjust your air shutter.